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3 0 Rough Green Snake

Rough Green Snake

by LukeMaloneSpringfield, Missouri, USA

Seen at the Springfield MO

0 2 fly

fly

by Scott FrazierSpringfield, Missouri, USA

Lacking the dorsal longitudinal stripes I'm hesitant to call it a flesh fly.

0 0 green bottle fly

green bottle fly

by Scott FrazierSpringfield, Missouri, USA

A blowfly found in most areas of the world.

0 0 bracket mushrooms

bracket mushrooms

by Scott FrazierSpringfield, Missouri, USA

A tree with several "shelves" of bracket fungi.

3 1 northern pearly-eye

northern pearly-eye

by Scott FrazierSpringfield, Missouri, USA

An drab (cryptic) northern pearly-eye butterfly, the worse for wear.

0 2 wildflower

wildflower

by Scott FrazierSpringfield, Missouri, USA

An unidentified pink wildflower with trifoliate deltoid leaves as single ...

0 0 eastern pondhawk (male)

eastern pondhawk (male)

by Scott FrazierSpringfield, Missouri, USA

Male skimmer.The female is bright green. One of the most common dragonflies of ...

0 0 ebony jewelwing (female)

ebony jewelwing (female)

by Scott FrazierSpringfield, Missouri, USA

A beautiful female damselfly (of the Calopterygidae) as indicated by the white ...

1 0 flesh fly

flesh fly

by Scott FrazierSpringfield, Missouri, USA

Unidentified flesh fly. From the widespread family Sarcophagidae. They ...

1 0 white-tailed deer

white-tailed deer

by Scott FrazierSpringfield, Missouri, USA

This fawn will have lost its spots at 3-5 months of age.

5 2 Lingzhi, Reishi mushroom

Lingzhi, Reishi mushroom

by Scott FrazierSpringfield, Missouri, USA

A tough/leathery Ganoderma sp. fungus growing at the base of a tree. ...

0 0 white-tailed deer

white-tailed deer

by Scott FrazierSpringfield, Missouri, USA

A second encounter with white-tailed deer further down the trail.

0 0 great blue heron

great blue heron

by Scott FrazierSpringfield, Missouri, USA

Widespread. The largest North American heron (Ardeidae).

2 0 white-tailed deer

white-tailed deer

by Scott FrazierSpringfield, Missouri, USA

The least timid of a group of three deer. It was looking quite rough but not ...

3 1 great blue heron

great blue heron

by Scott FrazierSpringfield, Missouri, USA

Widespread. The largest North American heron (Ardeidae). This individual was ...

1 0 wooly worm

wooly worm

by Scott FrazierSpringfield, Missouri, USA

Not sure if related to Pyrrharctia isabella or Grammia incorrupta moths.

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